[gras-oh, grah-soh] /ˈgræs oʊ, ˈgrɑ soʊ/
[tam-boo-see] /tæmˈbu si/ (Show IPA), 1919–81, U.S. politician: congresswoman 1971–75; governor of Connecticut 1975–80.
[gras-uh v-pahr-nas-uh s, grahs-] /ˈgræs əv pɑrˈnæs əs, ˈgrɑs-/ noun 1. any plant belonging to the genus Parnassia, of the saxifrage family, growing in marshy areas, having broad, smooth leaves and a single, pale flower. noun 1. a herbaceous perennial N temperate marsh plant, Parnassia palustris, with solitary whitish flowers: family Parnassiaceae
noun 1. any of several Australian parakeets, especially the budgerigar.
noun 1. a pink, Dianthus plumarius, of Europe and Asia, having fragrant, fringed pink, purplish, or white flowers. 2. an orchid, Calopogon tuberosus, having clusters of rose or purplish-pink flowers, growing in bogs of eastern North America.
[gras-plot, grahs-] /ˈgræsˌplɒt, ˈgrɑs-/ noun 1. a of ground covered with or reserved for .